Month: October 2014

Healthy Start Team Learns About Physical Literacy

‘I do my best thinking while I am physically active.’ – Dr. Louise Humbert, Associate Dean, College of Kinesiology Early Learning Child Care Educators play a significant role in teaching children physical literacy at a young age. Their purpose is to help kids understand how to move. This enables the children to be better equipped …

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Research Assistants Wanted – Regina & South Saskatchewan

Healthy Start/Départ Santé (HSDS) is a bilingual initiative developed in Saskatchewan that increases healthy eating and physical activity opportunities in early learning environments. We are looking for someone to assist with data collection for the current round of evaluation of HSDS, taking place in Regina and South regions in October and November of 2014. Research assistants (RAs) will get …

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